Baltimore, Maryland is home for "WWE Payback" on Sunday night featuring a fatal-four-way match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Kickoff Show:
Curtis Axel and 'Macho Mandow' vs. The Ascension:

Damien Sandow has been free from the "Mizdow" gimmick, and just when you think he would return to his Damien Sandow persona, he reappeared as "Macho Man" Randy Savage. The "Mandow" gimmick comes as Curtis Axel has been utilizing some of Hulk Hogan's characteristics since his loss at the "Royal Rumble." The Ascension, randomly, are trying to stop the unoriginal gimmicks.


The Ascension is in a tough time on the main roster. As a moderate push, The Ascension is basically low-card status. If the WWE is serious with the Axel and Mandow partnership, which may be necessary for the two WWE Superstars to maintain relevancy, then The Ascension will encounter another loss in Baltimore.

Main Show:
Dolph Ziggler vs. Sheamus:

It is a rematch from "Extreme Rules," except this match does not have a stipulation. Ziggler and Sheamus have been going back and forth since the latter resurfaced from injury. Sheamus took the surprising loss at the last pay per view, but his crusade against "smaller" WWE Superstars continues this Sunday.


Last time, Sheamus was predicted to win and this feud needs to end. Sheamus is the pick again.

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Bray Wyatt vs. Ryback

The self-proclaimed "New Face of Fear" makes his pay-per-view return against Ryback. Since his loss at "WrestleMania 31," Bray Wyatt has been delivering weird messages, and it was not specific as to who he was referring to. Out of nowhere, Wyatt attacked Ryback and now the two are in a feud.


Both Ryback and Wyatt need a win, and the feud is still "fresh," and it could continue to the next pay-per-view show. If the match does not end by disqualification, the win goes to Wyatt.

King Bad News Barrett vs. Neville:

It is a rematch many people do not mind watching again. King Bad News Barrett will face Neville for what could be the fourth time on television, but each match has seen the two WWE Superstars deliver an amazing bout.


Neville is being built as the next big star -- as he should -- and is the favorite to win. Barrett is king, and his monarchy title is going nowhere, and he could use it to still maintain relevancy.

The Bella Twins vs. Naomi and Tamina:

It's all about family while the WWE Divas Championship is not at stake on Sunday night. The Bella Twins have unofficially become crowd favorites following Naomi's heel turn. Naomi's "new attitude" was enhanced with Tamina providing her back up. Since her return from injury, Naomi and Tamina have beaten down The Bella Twins as Naomi wants to claim her first championship reign.


The WWE needs to continue building on Naomi's "new attitude" and ensure Tamina looks dominant. The victory needs to go to Naomi and Tamina, which should build for the next WWE Divas Championship match between Nikki Bella and Naomi.

WWE Tag Team Championship: Two-Out-Of-Three Falls: The New Day (c) vs. Cesaro and Tyson Kidd:

The rematch is officially confirmed, and it will be a two-out-of-three-falls match. The New Day have successfully attracted crowd reaction and become a highlight for WWE's shows. While the WWE Universe has returned The New Day's message of "positivity" with negative reaction, Cesaro and Tyson Kidd want their second WWE Tag Team Championship title reign


The New Day is on a roll and cannot lose the championship. Cesaro and Kidd were the prediction to win last month, but who knew a few weeks would turn The New Day to a team you'd love to hate.

United States Championship: "I Quit" Match: John Cena (c) vs. Rusev:

It is Round 4 between John Cena and Rusev, and this is touted as the final match between the two WWE Superstars. When it comes to "I Quit" matches, Cena has had a solid victory record. Whether Rusev likes it or not, Lana may be a factor in Sunday's match as she's been receiving a lot of attention similar to Marc Mero and Sable during the "Attitude Era."


It will be disappointing to see Rusev lose to Cena again, especially if the former utters the words "I Quit." A method to keep Rusev strong is to have Lana say "I Quit" on behalf of Rusev. Either way, Cena wins.

WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Fatal-Four-Way Match: Seth Rollins (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Roman Reigns vs. Dean Ambrose:

What was originally a triple-threat match become a fatal-four way after Dean Ambrose defeated Seth Rollins in a non-title match during "Monday Night Raw." To further add fuel to the match, Director of Operations Kane will be fired is Rollins loses the championship. This is the first match to feature all members of The Shield against each other, but perhaps the WWE Universe will witness a brief reunion courtesy of a triple powerbomb on Randy Orton.


Rollins wins. The only part of this match is who will Rollins pin. The speculation is Rollins will pin Ambrose since he has consistently lost his pay-per-view matches until "Extreme Rules." Regardless, it should be an entertaining match.

How to Watch:

Television: Contact your cable or satellite provider for information on how to order the "WWE Payback" pay-per-view with the broadcast set to begin at 8 p.m. EST.

Online: Live-coverage stream of "WWE Payback" begins at 7 p.m. EST with one match on the "Kickoff" show, and it can be seen on WWE Network. The "Kickoff" show can also be seen on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Twitter,, the WWE App and YouTube.



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